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. 12-year-old aaron hern and his family just returned home to martinez this week from boston where aaron hern was hurt in the boston marathon bombings but he met the players and in ten minutes we will show you more of the special night at the arena with updates on his condition. >> did caltran know in advance there could be problems with the specialibilities on the bay bridge if engineers were worried in 2001 that the steel bolts could crack when tightened. more than 30 did just that when installed in march. the problem bolts were part of the original bridge design in 1995 but caltran's banned them in 2004. somehow, 2,300 were put in place anyway jeopardizing the fall opening. >> there is a court order prison population cap of 110,000 inmates by end the year. the governor brown filed a land ahead of midnight imposed by federal judges. the plan includes increasing early release credits for inmates and freeing elderly and incould -- and incapacitateed prisoners saying the overcrowding is cruel and inbound punishment. >> the woman suspected of spiking bottles of orange juice with rubb
victim was a special guest last night at the arena. aaron hern returned from boston on wednesday after treatment for injuries. happening right now, his parents held a news conference. our news reporter is at martinez city hall. amy hollyfield? >> his parents started off by giving thank, catharine and allen wanted to thank the community of martinez for all the support they have received and she encouraged people to get outside with kids, be in the parks with them, be in libraries with them, listen to them. 12-year-old aaron hern has trouble hearing with a hole in his eardrum from the bombing that still needs to hear. the staples are taken out of the leg but he has strips. before he left boston, before he returned here, the 12-year-old visited site of the bombing. his parents say even the first few days in the hospital when he could barely talk it was obvious that he knew what happened. >> he talked and he would ask about his friends if they were okay, and if katherine finished and he asked about the other people that were around him. he made gestures that he had seen what went on. >> th
klapper is in martinez, hometown of aaron hern. >> today is honor hen's -- aaron hern's 12th birthday and he can celebrate. everyone is thrilled to have him back. he, his parents and little sister returned yesterday. he cheered on his mom at boston when the bombs went off. he was released on wednesday and took the first steps on thursday. it has been a whirlwind since april 15. family now understandably wants to celebrate his birthday privately and we will speak to them tomorrow. >> tired. they absolutely were gracious for the support. they need to rest. they wanted to keep it low key. >> the community is standing by the family with self fundraisers sin the bombings and the owners of the cafe and wine bar donated an expire week's worth of sales to the aaron hern recovery fund and there was a fund run over the weekend where friends of the family raised $4,000. aaron hern has 100 staples in his leg and it is now clear when he will returned but it is safe to say everyone is thrilled to have him back home. >> gettinged well is job one. boston marathon bombings' wife who says she wants tam
to show their support for injured martinez boy aaron hern. we start our coverage with christina mutchler. >> reporter: according to a u-s official, russia intercepted communication "discussing jihad" between the mother of the accused boston marathon bombers and someone who may have been one of her sons back in 2011. the russians turned over the intercept to the f-b-i in just the past few days. however, the conversation is described as vague, and it is unknown why there was a delay in sharing the information. congressman peter king of new york says he believes this gap is one of the reasons why the f-b-i's interview with tamerlan tsarnaev in 2011 didn't raise red flags, even though russia had expressed concerns about his radical views. >> "if russians had given the fbi early on the information they had, it would have been a lot different investigation." >> reporter: as more details emerge on "who knew what" about the tsarnaev brothers, ranking democrat on the house homeland security committee urges patience. >> "at this point, trying to point fingers saying the dots weren't connected, is
this morning celebrating his 12th bad. aaron hern and his family returned home to martinez. it has been a whirlwind for the families since the attacks. he was chewing -- cheering on his mom an the finish line when the bombs went off. >> they were gracious for all the support they is gotten but they need to rest. they wanted to keep it low key. >> the road to recovery will be a long one. aaron hern has 100 staples in his leg. the family plans to talk to the media tomorrow. abc7 news reporter kira klapper will have more from martinez in the next half hour. >> developing news about boston marathon bombings tamerlan tsarnaev. his wife says she wants her husband's body released to the family. 9 -- the uncle said he will claim the body but not where it will be buried. someone if the family contacted the islamic society of boston about a possible funeral but was told the mosque does not provide funeral services. >> the news police chief of menlo park would like to arm officers with tazeers and install license plate cameras at the main entrance points. menlo park and east palo alto are the only
burned 50 acres and now is 40 percent contained. >> aaron hern is waking up in his own bed this morning celebrating his 12th birthday. he and the family returned home from boston yesterday. aaron hern was cheering on his mom near the finish line of the boston marathon when the bombs went off. >> hundreds are expected to rally in san francisco in the annual plea for improvement in the immigration law. activists gather at 24th and mission street this afternoon and march to civic center plaza on the first day of may. >> racist graffiti aimed at the filipino community has been appearing in young city. it was crawled on the side of a building owned by the filipino community center and a filipino restaurant. it could stem from the renaming of a nearby middle school in the next half hour. >> the warriors have another shot at closing out the nuggets tomorrow at oracle arena after dropping the game five in denver. the warriors fell behind by 22 points and nearly came all the way back but the nuggets held on for 107-100 win. tip-off is 7:30. >> they got felt there with steph curry. >> mike? >> hi
of it and have the latest in the strides in aaron hern's >> good morning, everyone. welcome back. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at our weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, to you. our marine layer is pretty dense. it's close to the ground. it is pretty much in oakland and san francisco. san jose a little bit of patchy fog. but it has cleared the east bay. we are looking at temperatures today as a result to come up with little bit. we are talking around the bay in the mid-60s to the upper 70s. so pretty nice day. numbers will be above normal at our coasts. we will see some sunshine. it should take until about 10:00, 11:00 this morning. then we are look at low to mid-60s. a couple areas may see the upper 60s. and inland starting out in the upper 60s but ending up in the mid-to upper 80s around concord and livermore. warmer than you were yesterday. 90s not too far off in the future. warmest days of the week will be wednesday and thursday. how warm and what happens in between and maybe into next weekend, i'll have those answers in a few minutes. carolyn. >> g
alcalda de martnez sin su hijo aaron, quien prefiri quedarse en casa. s.o.t. alan hern/padre de víctima 8:42:11 he is a strong kid, when i was with him on the sidewalk when he was injured he was completely lucid, he knew what was going on, he wasn't histerical.. el padre dijo que su hijo es fuerte porque a pesar del caos, y haber resultado herido por el bombazo, se mantuvo lcido y en control. nats.. aaron hern fue una de casi 200 personas heridas por el bombaso de bostn el pasado 15 de abril.. los padres dicen que en medio del caos, se separaron de su hijo y pasaron las 2 horas ms largas de su vida buscandolo hasta que lo encontraron en un hospital.. s.o.t. alan hern/padre de víctima 5:57:16 a couple days ago he had his staples removed, he had 86 staples removed from him.. and everyday he gets a little bit better. el padre dijo que hace un par de dias, el mismo dia de su cumpleaÑos, a aaron le quitaron 86 grapas de sus piernas.. el pequeÑo se recupera dia a dia. a raiz del bombaso, aaron recibi la visita de michelle obama en el hospital, y asientos de cancha para un partido de los warr
of people come out to show their support for injured for martinez boy aaron hern. we start our coverage with christina mutchler. according to a u-s official, russia intercepted communication "discussing jihad" between the mother of the accused boston marathon bombers and someone who may have been one of her sons back in 2011. the russians turned over the intercept to the f-b-i in just the past few days. however, the conversation is described as vague, and it is unknown why there was a delay in sharing the information. congressman peter king of new york says he believes this gap is one of the reasons why the f-b-i's interview with tamerlan tsarnaev in 2011 didn't raise red flags, even though russia had expressed concerns about his radical views. >> "if russians had given the fbi early on the information they had, it would have been a lot different investigation." >> reporter: as more details emerge on "who knew what" about the tsarnaev brothers, ranking democrat on the house homeland security committee urges patience. >> "at this point, trying to point fingers saying the dots weren't con
marathon bombing. tonight they're counting up the donations from tonight's fundraiser for aaron hern. he was one of the people injured. >> reporter: there was patriotism. and a race that some people ran and others walked. an event to raise money for the family of 11-year-old aaron hern. his legs badly injured when one of two bombs went off near the finish line of the marathon. this event also a day to remember those injured and lost on that day. >> to see that there was more than even aaron that was injured. i mean so many people. and knowing that the next day that he was part of it. just it hit home. >> reporter: caring for aaron volunteer brandy copeland doesn't know aaron or his family. that's true of many of the hundreds of people here but not all. >> he's wonderful. he's our cousin. we're walking for him. >> reporter: kevin wince learned on the radio that his cousin was injured. the nation knows aaron from pictures taken with michelle obama by his bedside and as cameras followed him through the blast site. >> it's just great that we're coming together as one. >> i think it's just o
bombings. warriors fans cheered for aaron hern at the play-off game. he was invited to watch the game against denver. he spent more than a week in the hospital in boston. he and his family returned home earlier this week. aaron hern still has a long way to go for a full recovery since being injured in the explosions. but he took one major step toward healing and that is returning home. kpix 5's cate caugiran spoke to his parents about the long road ahead. >> reporter: the parents of the young martinez boy injured in the boston bombing attacks spoke about their son's road to recovery. >> he is a pretty tough kid. of anybody that could handle something like this, he has the right kind of makeup to do it. >> reporter: aaron's leg was hit by shrapnel at the boston marathon finish line cheering on his mother at the end of the race. he had two operations and was released from the hospital last week. since then, his family together has been dealing with the aftermath which his mother says has been the hardest part for him. >> these are visions and memories that will never be able to be erase
. aaron hern left the hospital last week and his parents a very optimistic about his lg ahead. >>> we're hearing from the parents. young martinez boy injured if the boston bombing attack. aaron hern left the hospital last week and his parents very optimistic about his recovery. >> he is a pretty tough kid. i mean, if anybody could handle something like this, he has the right kind of makeup to do it. >> aaron's leg was hit by shrapnel at the marathon finish line. the parents say the hardest part of the healing is the aftermath. >> these are visions and memories we'll never be able to erase for him. >> aaron's road to normal life took an exciting turn last night at the warriors game. he was personally invited by the team to attend and cheer them on and it worked. they beat denver and won the series. >>> from bachelor parties to the diaper dad vest. >> on the consumerwatch, julie watts explains how a new generation of dads is changing the face of fatherhood. >>> reporter: he has a full- time job and he is a full-time dad. and jim is the new norm. >> men are facing what working women are
thing. >> the herns know they're the lucky ones. >> we were the fortunate one autos aaron will have six weeks of therapy he's expected to regain full mobility and hoping to return to school as soon as next week. catherine says she would like to return to the boston marathon and run it but likely will not ask her family to join her. >> which is understandable but a shame. the family and other victims will be receiving a check from the charity established after the attack. the one fund has taken in $28 million. families of the people killed could receive $1 million. authorities today searched areas near university of massachusetts dartmouth where the younger tsarnaev brother went to school. that as reports indicate bomb residue was found at tammerlan tsarnaev's home, however, dna does not match those of his widow. catherine russell. >> dew jones hit point 15,000 mark for the first time, ever, happening here and at clogsing bell. dow up 142 points take a look at the nasdaq. and standard and poor's added 17 points the reason, a jump in hiring. employers added 150,000 jobs in april. federal
of that. johnsonville. served with pride since 1945. >>> he's been through a lot but aaron hern's parents say he's a fighter and they're very proud of him. aaron of course is the 12-year- old from martinez who was seriously injured in the boston marathon bombings and since he arrived back home just a few days ago boy it has been quite a ride. but ktvu's john sasaki tells us his parents say there is still one thing they're worried about. >> reporter: katherine and aaron hern arrived without his son aaron. >> the he wants to get back to his sports. he wants to make sure he finishes school. he's worried about his grades. he is ready to be aaron again. >> reporter: two days ago we took this video of aaron on his 12th birthday recovering from the injuries he suffered at the boston marathon. >> he's a pretty tough kid. of anybody that can handle something like this he has the right kind of make up to do it. he has his bad days too. >> reporter: that day aaron's dog removed all 86 stitches. >> fortunately they had enough skin to put the incision back together again. it's gotten better every day.
, one of the youngest victims of the bombing is back in the bay area. aaron hern who turns 12 tomorrow is back in martinez tonight. lisa amin gulezian is there and everyone is so glad he is back. >> that is true. aaron is a third generation 4* from martinez. and they str truly rallied -- they have truly rallied around the family. to say the city of martinez was happy to have the hern family home tonight would be an understatement. they arrived from boston just today. >> they are tired. it is absolutely gracious for all of the support they have gotten, but they need to rest. they want to keep it low key. >> it has been a whirlwind. aaron was in a crowd of people cheering on his mom who was running the marathon when the bombs went off. the 11-year-old was hit in the leg. he underwent two surming res in boston -- surgeries in boston. >> it is great to see he is back and helped in his way. >> the road to recovery is a long one. he has nearly 100 staples in his leg. his baseball coach knows he will bounce back. >> him being an athlete knows that there is nothing like being in your own bed.
in the bay area. aaron hern who turns 12 tomorrow is back in martinez tonight. lisa amin gulezian is there and everyone is so glad he is back. >> that is true. aaron is a third generation 4* from martinez. and they str truly rallied -- they have truly rallied around the family. to say the city of martinez was happy to have the hern family home tonight would be an understatement. they arrived from boston just today. >> they are tired. it is absolutely gracious for all of the support they have gotten, but they need to rest. they want to keep it low key. >> it has been a whirlwind. aaron was in a crowd of people cheering on his mom who was running the marathon when the bombs went off. the 11-year-old was hit in the leg. he underwent two surming res in boston -- surgeries in boston. >> it is great to see he is back and helped in his way. >> the road to recovery is a long one. he has nearly 100 staples in his leg. his baseball coach knows he will bounce back. >> him being an athlete knows that there is nothing like being in your own bed. and being with family and friends again i'm sure
the cases of typhoid fever. >> the parents of 12-year-old aaron hern who was critically injured in the boston marathon bombings. their message, hold on to your children and treasure your neighbors. nbc bay area joins us. it's difficult for his parents here. >> raj, it has been extremely difficult for his parents. tonight the herns are sharing details of all their family has gone through the past couple of weeks. they say aaron condition has improved by leeps and bound and they're so grateful. >> as bad auz the all was we were actually the fortunate ones. >> reporter: the past few weeks has been a world wind. their son returned home in time to celebrate his bit day after getting injured in the boston marathon bomb blost. >> we had 86 staples removed. every day it gets a little better. >> reporter: the parents spoke at lept for the first time. his father describing his son's wounds when he first reach his side. >> the one in his upper leg, that was the one that looked pretty scary, like something you would see out of a movie. >> reporter: katherine was just moments from the finish
. >> the parents of aaron hern, the young boston bombing victim in martinez gave thanks today for the continued support of their son. recently released photographs show aaron celebrating his birthday. his parents say he is doing getter than expected. >> if anybody could handle something like this, he has the right make up to do it. he is a strong kid. when i was on the sidewalk with him injured, he was completely lucid, knew what was going on. he knew his leg was really damaged and it hurt. he saw the people around him. but for anybody, he did a pretty good job of handling that kind of chaos. >> he wants to get back to school. he wants to go to a movie with his friends. he wants to hang out with his friends and get back to his sports. he wants to make sure he finishing school. he is worried about his grades. yeah, he's ready to be aaron again. >> aaron helped provide details to the fbi about what he saw before and after the blast that fateful day. aaron still needs to undergo six more weeks of physical therapy before he will regain full use of his legs while undergoing cosmetic surgery to fix t
$19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> aaron hern who was injured in the boston marathon bombings is sitting court side tonight at the warriors game. >> really cool to be here. especially seeing the warm ups. >> aaron, his parents and sister have the best seats in the house to watch the warriors take on the nuggets in game six. he suffered serious injuries to both of his legs but tonight he told us he is feeling a lot better. >> about 2-1/2 weeks ago, 12 birthday yesterday, happy birthday to him. >> big game tonight. >> he will see a wild one as are about 19,000 fans. the warriors looking to put a lid on things tonight. all the talking and the head games are over. up 3-2. the warriors are where they want to be. and i bet fred inglis is too. the place to be. fred? >> reporter: yes, indeed. for the third straight home game this oracle arena will be a sea of gold and yellow t- shirts here. warriors head coach has been spending the last 48 hours telling everyone that wants to listen his guards, steph curry deserves all the protection that comes with bei
martinez who was injured in the bombings. aaron hern is recovering, and donations are helping his family get back on track financially. abc7 news reporter kira klapper joins us live from martinez. kira, a fun run is going to be happening later this morning? >> that's right, a fun run fundraiseler start about an hour and a half from now at alhambra high school in martinez. a family friend who put together the event said 500 people already rsvps for it. they are hoping more people will come. anyone who comes can run or walk alone or with a team. it's ten dollars a person to enter, five dollars for teens and you get a deal if you bringing a big group. all the money will go to helping the hern family with their unexpected and expensive medical expenses their son was near the finish line waiting for his mom to cross when the second bomb hit and sending shrapnel into his legs. he has taken his first steps. he is undergoing treatment for the severe wounds he had. but that is a testament to their strength as a hole. >> so strong, so driven. katheryn qualified from boston from her first marathon
to aaron hern's recovery fund. he was injured while waiting for his mom at the finish line at the boston marathon. >> the biggest thing is to raise money to help get aaron home as fast possible. ease the strain for the family and just show aaron and his family how much we absolutely love him and can't wait to have him home. >> on thursday aaron got out of the boston hospital for a few hours and he was brave enough to visit the scene of the accident. >> reporter: here in the kpix weather center, good evening, everybody. we had a warmer day today than yesterday. but not quite as it is going to be as warm tomorrow. we will pinpoint the hottest locations as the news continues right here on kpix-5. ,,,,,,,,,, get 3 years interest-free financing on brand name mattress sets. plus, get free delivery and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. sleep train's interest-free for 3 event ends sunday! ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ outside for opening day on e bay. and maritime day along san francisco's watert >>> wow, a beautiful day to be outside for opening day on the bay. and ma
. residents coming together to help 11-year-old aaron hern. the martinez boy now out of the hospital and yesterday, visited the site of the blast as we've reported. his family says he's recovering and now back to being just a normal 11-year-old boy in most respects. this weekend there are two fund-raisers for the family. sunday a fun run will be held at alhambra high school. >> a piece of plane involving the september 11th attacks has been found just blocks from ground zero in new york. surveyors in manhattan found a part of the plane's landing gear wednesday, jammed in between two buildings in an 18 inch area. development was stalled. an examiner will check out that site to determine whether human remains landed in the area. >> in oakland hills tonight people in two communities are facing a crime wave. abc 7 news is live with the story tonight. there is a clear trend here. >> there is. now, every knock on every door, every stranger on the streets in piedmont and montclaire is now viewed with sus spish and fear. and with uptick in crime. marianne says someone broke into her down stai
of the 264 people injured remain in the hospital. >> aaron hern was the 11-year-old boy injured in the boston bombings, hundreds of people raised $4200 on sunday. the 11-year-old was injured in the second blast while waiting to see his mother cross the finish line. >> organizers at braita break years announced they're banning bags larger than a certain size measuring more than 8 and a half by 11 by four inches, most backpacks. also band runners not registered to be in the race. san francisco police chief promises security will be increase add long that route may 19th. >> an important milestone in the gay rights movement. a professional athlete announced he's gay. it's a remarkable moment. >> the president called to offer his support. david stern, kobe, shaq, all applauding what they say is his courage and they're cheering as well. >> sports is one of the final frontiers and 34-year-old jason collins is the trailblazer. before announcing to the world he's gay, the first person the former stanford basketball star confided in was his aunt it was in a conversation. he said it, i didn't miss a bea
victims of the boston marathon bombing returned hem to the bay area, this was 11-year-old aaron hern. he went back to the scene of the bombing. now back home in martinez in time to celebrate his 12th birthday, tomorrow. now, he faces a long road to recovery including more surgeries. the community has stepped in to help him out. they held a number of fund-raisers in order to show support and raise money. >> welcome home to him. stanford medical school says mries may be better than iqs when it comes to determining whether a child can be successfully tutored in math. researchers found children with a larger hippocampus showed tremendous improvement after tutoring because those children can access to stored knowledge more rapidly. the study in journal proceedings of the national academy of science autos a man from brisbane suing virgin america after a dispute with flight attendant that's led him to being questioned by the fbi. the man asked for a soda but the crew told him he had to use the touch screen ordering system. he objected. a flight attendant brought him a soda after the third reque
we're hearing that the bay a boy wounded in that attack back home tonight. aaron hern of martinez is recoverg from a severe shrapnel woun the leg. the woman accused of planting tainted drinks at n jose starbucks store is facg charges of poisoning and attempted murder. the bizzare case centers on 50-year old ramineh behbeha (rah-meh-nay beh-beh-hah-nee-ahn) it was customers at the starbucks store on snell av who say they saw her pull t bottles of juice from a bag place them in a cooler. a license plate number led to san jose woman-- who police planned the crime. "she actually had a starbuc bag which in my mind tells that she had planned this o. she actually brought the ba with her probably to conceae fact that she had something inside of it that was dange " the fire department tested e bottles and found lethal amounts of rubbing alcohol. police say it appears she a alone. they don't believe there is a wider threat to e public. no mistaking it - even at 5 o'clock in the evening.... warm weather has set up sho the bay area... and with it windy conditions. and meteorologist paul deann
in the boston bombings is back home in martinez tonight just in time for his 12th birthday. aaron hern was in the boston hospital for ten days with a wound to the leg. his doctors expect him to make a full recovery. the hern family asked for privacy. they plan to hold a news conference on thursday to tell their story. >>> the one man who could be credited with breaking the bombing case wide open is talking about his role. cbs reporter, john miller, sat down with a man carjacked by the brothers. a man who still wants his identity concealed. >> this 26-year-old chinese entrepreneur who calls himself, danny, just pulled over in his new mercedes to send a text message when a man jumped in. >> he took out his gun, pointed it to me. he said i'm serious, don't be stupid. >> he quickly realized this was more than just a robbery. >> they asked me a question. i said yes. and then, i heard the policeman in cambridge. >> the man was tamerlan. the two men spoke to each other in russian. >> do you understand any of the words in their conversation? >> i only heard one word. it's manhattan. >> m
things will. >> tonight, 11-year-old aaron herne the boy injured in the bombing attack in boston is back home. kron 4 spoke with his parents. >> reporter: his parents told kron 4 news he is tired but happy to be back home. take a look at these pictures of his journey back to the bay area. as you can see, there was a big welcome home sign that welcomed him at the sfo when he returned home. it is his 12th birthday wednesday. here is his family with more. >> his life and ours will never be the same. this is something he can physically recover from, but it will never go away. >> reporter: exhausted from grateful to return home, the family spoke with kron 4 news about how their family is doing after being injured in the boston bomb blast. >> he has like 85 total staples and between two legs. most of them are in his left leg. 62 or 63 in the left leg and the rest in the right. the biggest area of concern was his upper thigh which was a pretty good size crater after the shrapnel. >> reporter: the family was in boston because katherine was running in the marathon. aaron, his dad, alan and sister
. >>> a big welcome back for aaron hern celebrating his 12th birthday at home in martinez. he spent 10 days in a boston hospital from injuries from the bombing. we expect to hear from the family tomorrow. his doctors expect him to recover fully. >>> some video newly posted on youtube appears to show monday's deadly crash of an american cargo plane in afghanistan. u.s. investigators are using this video in its probe of the crash. the boeing 747 plunged shortly after take-off from bagram air force base killing all 7 american civilians on board. the plane was reportedly carrying military vehicle to the united arab emirates. >>> what's believed to be part of a hijacked 9/11 plane has been recovered. new york city police removed it today. the part was wedged between two buildings blocks from the world trade center. officers used a pulley system to extract the 255-pound piece. >>> it's a may 1 tradition around the world to celebrate international workers day. every year demonstrators rally on may day to support public union employees and immigrant laborers. more than 80 countries mark the may day
the city of martinez is sending birthday wishes to aaron hern the bay area boy injured in the boston bombings. he is 12 years old today. he arrived home to a community welcoming back with open arms. >> it's great he made it back. yes. i wish him a full recovery. happy birthday. >> aaron was waiting for his home mom when the second blast went off, sending snap nel into his leg. after two surgeries and 10 days in the hospital he was released on wednesday ask took his first steps the next day. he still has 100 staples in his leg. people in mart yz are by his side, you can wish him a happy birthday by posting this badge to your facebook time line. you can get the badge from us on facebook.com. >> nice to have you home. >> still head progress into the death of an 8-year-old girl in california gold country. a discovery raising new questions. a live report. >> and then, sir richard branson aa.announcing a new service coming with passenger perks as well. stay with us. >>> this is another look at the may day march that went from mission district to city hall. they're protesting the lack of ne
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down in the boston marathon bombings. the family of aaron hern opens up about the moments after the first bomb went off. >>> it's the e-book revolution. coming to a library near you. i'm scott budman, why you can soon check this out at your local library.
bombings is on the road to recovery. 11-year-old aaron hern's family is receiving a lot of support from the martinez community. abc7 news reporter kira klapper joins us live from martinez with details on our special fund-raiser this morning. >> hi, carolyn. good morning to you. there will be a fun run, a fundraiser here at th alhambra high school in martinez. businesses, restaurants, shops have already don't natured a percentage of their sales to help the hern family with their medical costs and travel expenses. this is justify the same. as you may know by now the 11-year-old aaron hern was waiting for his mom near the boston marathon finish line when the second blast hit sending shrapnel into his legs. he has since been released from the hospital. he's still undergoing treatment for the wounds he suffered. on thursday he was able to lift himself out of the wheelchair and take a few steps with the help of his parents. today people or teens can run or walk. it's ten dollars per person, five dollars for teens. the fund raiseler also have family events, venders, a ralph and dj. registratio
12th birthday at home. aaron hern is recovering well despite his very serious injuries. the now 12-year-old has 85 staples in his leg and has a lot of physical therapy ahead. >> we will take some time to work out and just physically too, and mentally, it is -- there is a lot on his shoulders for a 12-year-old kid, what he went through seeing what he saw... >> he will go to the doctor on his birthday for a checkup and the family plans on holding a press conference tomorrow afternoon. >>> this photo shows aaron hern on the left-hand side of your screen, his picture there is not circled but agents did scriptel his name in yellow. 8-year-old martin richard is circled in the middle. on the right, you can see he bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev, and in the lower right-hand corner is circled and that's the backpack believed to be the bomb. >>> the fbi is now investigating several persons of interest in the boston area who may have had direct contact with the two bombing suspects in the months before the bombings. fbi agents want to talk to two suspected russian militants and they want t
everyone enjoys it, it will be a fun ride. there was a special guest at the warriors 12-year-old aaron hern he and his fame returned home to martinez this week from boston after aaron hern was hurt in the boston marathon bombings. >> ca almost tran may have known there would be problems with the bolts on the bay bridge. san francisco chronicle reports engineers were worried in 2001 the steel bolts could crack. more than 30 did that when they were installed. the bolts were part of the original bridge design in my knife but caltran banned them in 2004. >> twist in the search if the killer of an 8-year-old girl. a neighbor who claimed to have seen a man running from the home of leila fowler recanted her statement. the 12-year-old brother gave a similar description after finding legally fowler -- legally fowler stabbed to death. more than 300 tips have come in and the f.b.i. joins the case. >> the woman accused of placing poison bottles of orange juice at a local starbucks is out jail. ramineh behbehanian returned to san jose home yesterday an hour after being released from jail and was arreste
on the scoreboard. there he is. the fans cheered for aaron hern. aaron, of course, is the sixth grader from martinez who was wounded in the boston bombing. he spent more than a week in the hospital in boston. but he and his family returned home this week and he enjoyed the game last night and the warriors won. >> what a thrill for him. he has gone through so much. he lives in martinez. he is four doors down from my sister. they are posters all over the house. it's neat. welcome home. >>> 5:11. more harm than good perhaps? >> why the fda is reviewing a chemical found in almost everything from soap to toothpaste. >> reporter: a plane powered by all solar panels is about to start its cross-country journey from the bay area this morning. more next. >> boats catch on fire and explodes. what caused a trail of destruction on the water, when we come back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, that rocked the vessel out its moorings. it slammed into two yachts overnight before >>> a fish boat sparked explosives at an australia marina that rocked a vessel out of its moorings. it slammed into two yachts overnight before crashi
. >>> and while warriors fans were cheering on the team, the team was cheering on aaron hern. aaron is the 6th grader from martinez who was wounded in the boston bombings. he spent more than a week in the hospital in boston. he and his family return home this week. look at that. he was at the game. >> of course. >> yeah. >> how cool is that? very, very nice. >>> time now is 4:40. coming up, another state approves gay marriage. >> plus, the boston bomb plot has been set for july 4. the surprising reason why the alleged plans were changed. >> new technology taking fright in the bay area. unique claim -- new technology taking flight in the bay area. unique claims for the journey. >> what reese witherspoon had to say to an officer as he put her in handcuffs coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, crew... makes a life-saving delivery. the team flew nearly one thousand miles fm >>> a california coast guard air crew makes a life-saving delivery. the team flew nearly 1,000 miles from the sacramento air station to drop a container of blood to a cruise ship west of san francisco. the coast guard says a woman on board
area's continued support of their 12 year old son. just released photographs show aaron hern and his family celebrating his birthday yesterday. aaron returned to the bay area this week. his parents his recovery process will be a long one, but their son is doing better than expected. aaron helped provide details to the f-b-i. about what he saw before and after the blast that fateful day. aaron still needs to undergo 6- more weeks of physical therapy. before he can regain full use of his legs. cosmetic surgery to fix the scarring from the blasts. >> he wants to build a movie with the school and get back with his friends. once our plans for saddam. he wants to finish school. he is worried about his grades he is ready to be aired again >> we'll have more on the bombing investiagoin later in the newscast. >> the sec allowed look outside at the golden gate bridge. the forecast is coming up in the next few minutes the students of sandy hook need a permanent school. so far, though, the task force responsible for finding a site for the plan. but there are more options location of sandy hook e
-old aaron hern and his family as they finally open about their ordeal. kron fours will trans in martinez is worn with details. >> the family was our guest of the war is at the game. . >> everyone wants to say hello to the child and family. they were in boston a few weeks ago. he was there rooting for his mother. he was moving toward the finish line one of a sudden the bombs what often there was shrapnel in his inner thigh. it went deep into his thigh where he had two surgeries. he stayed there for broccoli a week. everyone in the bay area was following them. martinez rallied in had restaurants that offered money to the family because of surgery cost a lot of money. he came back a few days ago. they have been smiling every sense. this morning finally they will talk about the experience what he had to go through. the family was there with another family to have a good time. this was the first marathon for his mother. finally we will get to hear from them and carry it to you like as it happens on our comcast jan starting at 10:00 this morning. >> thank you for the story wheel. >> we will ta
bombing victim is speaking publicly for the first time since the attack. the latest on aaron hern's recovery. and. new details emerge about the bombing suspects. plus: investigators continues to search for leads into the murder of a young girl. stabbed to death inside her central valley home. ".nats of closing bell." and: a record day for wall street, with some never- before-seen numbers on the big board. the jobs report that sparked the historic gains. but why the new numbers aren't being applauded by everyone. next. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. alongside a tender sirloin steak. it's sizzler's steak and lobster sensation for just $16.99! sizzler. [ male announcer ] when the a.c. goes out in a hea
was injured abombing is recovering and here is aaron hern with his parents. aaron was hit by strap shrapnel as he waited for his mother. the event will be held in martinez where aaron's father is a teacher and coach. and our coverage of the bombings continues on-line. can you visit ktvu.com and click on the "boston bombings tab" on our front page. >>> new developments in the case of those ricin-tainted letters sent to president obama and two owners. a mississippi man is now behind bars. ktvu's king katy utehs reports. >> reporter: police arrested another man suspected of sending ricin tainted letters. >> well, right now i'm glad he is out of our neighborhood and i hope they keep him off. >> reporter: early in the week prosecutors dropped charges against an initial suspect. paul kevin curtis an elvis impersonator. >> thank you very much. >> i love it. that is great. >> thank you, honey and maintained innocent from the beginning. >> when they came to me and i was arrested, it happened really fast, like a scene out of a movie. they didn't explain anything. they just kept saying you know w
to release the body to his family. >>> aaron hern is home in martinez this morning. he is celebrating his 12th birthday today after spending 10 days in a boston hospital for injuries from the marathon bombing. we expect to hear from the family tomorrow. aaron's doctors expect him to make a full recovery. >>> 5:07. a 50-year-old woman could make her first court appearance on thursday for attempting to poison starbucks customers. local pharmacist ramineh behbehanian concocted a lethal poison and mixed it into orange juice containers, allegedly. police say they then placed the juice into the display case inside the south san jose starbucks. >> she actually had a starbucks bag which in my mind tells me that she had planned this out. she actually brought the bag in with her probably to conceal the fact that she had something inside of it that was dangerous. >> it was a customer who noticed the suspicious behavior, reported it to an employee. they followed behbehanian and took down her license plate and police later arrested her. >>> more bay area news. an elderly man is in critical condition afte
to last night's game and showed him on the scoreboard. there he is. the fans cheered on aaron hern, the sixth grader out of martinez wounded in the boston marathon bombings. he spent more than a week at children's hospital in boston and he and his family just returned home earlier this week from martinez. so we have some mighty good medicine right there. >> glad to see him doing well. >>> 6:11. a gas [ indiscernible ] goes flying. >> the dramatic moments when her getaway driver panic. coming up. >> reporter: we are just a few minutes away from an historic flight. the first cross-country flight of an all solar powered airplane. we'll hear from the pilots next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups availab
of aaron hern are saying about his recovery and that deadly terror attack. >>> and i'm live in san francisco where for the first time a food handler has been diagnosed with typhoid fever, and he may have passed it on to customers. exactly who is at risk coming up. >>> have you ever heard of this? a sneak peek just ahead at a tech toolbar and it's in the south bay. the local library with the first of its kind library involving technology. >>> and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri live in liver more where there's plenty of buzz about the heat but also a lot of buzz about the livermore wine festival. we'll talk with john con canon about the festival, plus an ever-changing forecast in just a few minutes. lot of buzz about the livermore look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. abt the festival, plus an half a day to watch a movie. me, it you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten to
hern celebrating his 12th birthday today. we saw aaron last week when he toured bombing sit. he atrifd a community welcoming him with open arms and well wishes. >> i have never seen a town coming together as this town has for him. it's amazing what they're doing for them. >> welcome home. hopefully you'll get a hot chocolate. >> aaron was waiting for his mother when the second blast went off sending shrapnel into his leg. he was released last wednesday and took steps the next day. still has 100 staples in his legs. his road to recovery has a ways to go by bu people of martinez will be by his side. >> just this badge to your facebook time line. >> we're learning more about another bay area victim of the bombings. the 29-year-old seen here during a visit from several red sox players. the marin independent journal reports she was at the marathon cheering on a friend. she was release frtd hospital last week. >> all right. warriors are gearing up for game six of the playoff series against nuggets tomorrow night in oakland. >> beat the warriors by seven and the term hitmen today jackson gave
recovery. nbc bay area kristi smith joining us live in martinez where aaron hern's mom and dad just wrapped up a news conference. kristi, it's been nothing tort-of- short of a nonstop adventure for this young man. how is he doing? >> under the circumstances he's doing well, home and recovering. we heard from his parents and we know this is going to take a long time. there are physical scars and emotional ones as well, considering what aaron saw after the blast. what they are trying to do is take this one step at a time as they recover from these horrific events they went through. katherine and alan hern thanked local restaurants, businesses, sports teams that supported the family throughout this. they say aaron is improving after suffering a large shrapnel wound to the leg. after the blast katherine got separated from aaron and his dad. she calls it the longest two hours of his life. aaron visited the site before he left boston. he was watching his mom run. he came home after two surgeries just in time for his 12th birthday. he received visits from two oakland a's players and even first lad
know are out there. >> aaron as a special guest and enjoyed treatment from the stars. >> the hern family and other victims rb soon receiving a check from the charity established after the attacks. one fund has taken in more than $28 million. families of those kill cod receive $1 million. authorities today searches areas near u mass dartmouth, looking for cites where explosives might have been tested as reports indicate bomb residue has been found in tammerlan tsarnaev's home. however, fingerprints do not match those of his widow, catherine russell. >> officials ordered border agents to verify every international student arriving in the u.s. has a valid student seriesa. this after officials learned one of the three men arrested had a student visa terminate bud still allowed back into the u.s.. this is a policy change. >> and estimated 160,000 should expect thorough inspecks and wand searches. they won't be allowed to carry in camcorders, canned coolers or purses larger than 12 inches. backpacks have been banned at the derby since september 11th. officials are counting on fans to tr
area. aaron hern who turns 12 tomorrow is back in martinez tonight. lisa amin gulezian is there and everyone is so glad he is back. >> that is true. aaron is a third generation 4* from martinez. and they str truly rallied -- they have truly rallied around the family. to say the city of martinez was happy to have the hern family home tonight would be an understatement. they arrived from boston just today. >> they are tired. it isely absolutely gracious for all of the support they have gotten, but they need to rest. they want to keep it low key. >> it has been a whirlwind. aaron was in a crowd of people cheering on his mom who was running the marathon when the bombs went off. the 11-year-old was hit in the leg. he underwent two surming res in boston -- surgeries in boston. >> it is great to see he is back and helped in his way. >> the road to recovery is a long one. he has nearly 100 staples in his leg. his baseball coach knows he will bounce back. >> him being an athlete knows that there is nothing like being in your own bed. and being with family and friends again i'm s
more than two weeks ago is back home this morning just in time to celebrate his birthday. aaron hern turns 12 years old today. he's recovering from several injuries on his leg after he was seriously hurt in the april 15th explosions. doctors expect aaron to make a full recovery. his friends say all aaron wanted for his birthday was to be out of the hospital and at home in martinez, so his wish has been granted. >> happening right now, strong winds making it extremely difficult for crews to contain two wildfires going on. the first major outbreak so far in the bay area this season. nbc bay area's kristi smith joining us live from napa county with the latest on this story. kristi, good morning. >> good morning, jon. sometimes you can smell smoke in the air when the wind blows. that's what conditions are like. it is hot, dry, windy. firefighters dealing with a number of fires burning in wine country. i want to show you what it's like. this is what the hills are like. this is the kind of stuff that's burning. can you hear it crunch, just completely dry. they are concerned about a number
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